NugsLast week a Bedford Avenue pharmacy manager was threatened with a pistol by two thieves during an early-morning shift. [Brooklyn Paper]

A man was repeatedly hit over the head last week on Hewes Street after a looter failed to nab his cellphone. [Brooklyn Paper]

On September 9th, the band Clap Your Hands Say Yeah will play the first show at the relocated Brooklyn Night Bazaar in Greenpoint. [Free Williamsburg]

Student design competition Timber In the City received 850 proposals of how to construct a mid-rise, multi-use building out of sustainable materials at the Essex Crossing development site. [Curbed NY]

Thursday Kitchen, a Korean restaurant by night and coffee spot by day, recently opened at 424 E. 9th Street. [Gothamist]

Preview the menu and layout of the forthcoming Lower East Side location of Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer. [Bowery Boogie]

At the corner of Franklin and Meserole Streets, a newly-completed Bon Iver mural promotes the band’s new album, to be released Friday. [Stereogum]

Brooklyn’s population is soon expected to exceed that of Chicago, America’s third-largest city. [Gothamist]